7230 E 29th St. N. Wichita, KS 67226  |  316.683.2500  |  theartparkwichita@cox.net

Getting Ready Art Camp

Ages: 4 ½ – 7, Meets: 1:00-3:00

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Each three-day camp will focus on a different theme. In addition to a guided drawing lesson, students will be exposed to a variety of related literature, exciting new media, making fun crafts, sewing, collage and clay projects. Four-year-olds must have prior pre-school experience, be able to follow multi-step directions and be able to write their name.  Tuition is $90 for three afternoons and includes all supplies and materials.

  • Clay Camp; Nature Inspired, May 31-June 2 Make a heart coil press pot, texture landscape plaque, glitter bugs and miniature succulents in a pot.  Students will enjoy using several different types of air-dry clay.
  • Enchanted Forest, June 7-9 If you like unicorns, fairies, gnomes, pixies and other  mystical creatures then this is the camp for you!  Use vintage jewelry to make sculptures and use glittery paper, pens and glue to accent your drawings/paintings. Make fairy dough and secret potions!
  • Circus, June 7-9 Have fun with face paint, learn to draw circus animals then perform magic and hula hoop tricks with our PE teacher Christina each day. Christina teaches hula hooping and aerial acrobatics at her studio, Flow Foundry.
  • Among Us, June 14-16 Are you ‘Sus’? Join us to draw, paint, sculpt and make Among Us characters and pets crafts! 
  • Eric Carle Collage Camp, June 14-16 Imagine, design, print, stamp, cut, glue and create unique animals in the collage style of Eric Carle.  This camp could get messy so wear old clothes!
  • Junk Art, June 21-23 Join us to re-purpose old things into new!  Learn about African American artist Tyree Guyton and his artwork on Heidelberg St.  Make a junk art flower, use doll parts to make something new and mosaic with old plates.
  • Sensory Exploration, June 21-23  Get ready for an amazing sensory experience! Some of these tactile activities are pretty wet and messy, so please send your child in their swimsuit each day. Some kids will dig right in, and some will hesitate. Teachers will meet young students at their comfort level to ensure a great play experience while delighting the five senses!  Campers will enjoy making a glitter calming jar, DIY kinetic sand, scented foam dough, corn starch dough, bubble foam and playing in a kiddie pool filled with Orbeez.  Discover, create, explore and imagine!
  • Baby Yoda & Mandalorian, June 28-30 Come draw, collage, paint, craft and sculpt your favorite characters!  Make a new Star Wars themed slime each day and have fun making a unique galaxy painting with glow in the dark splatter paint!
  • Cuteness Overload!, July 5-7 Do you love cute animals???  Then join us to use several different types of media to make  llama, narwhal and sloth artwork and sculptures.  These will be the perfect accents to your child’s bedroom décor!
  • Dav Pilky, July 12-14 Make Captain Underpants, The Dumb Bunnies and Dog Man come alive on paper!  Cute crafts too!
  • Jewelry Making, July 12-14 Calling all our fancy friends!  Dig through vintage jewelry for unique pieces, marbleize clay for beads, decorate an imitation leather bracelet, use epoxy to complete a miniature mosaic pendant and more!
  • Woodworking, July 19-21 Make a bug house for your home garden, a scrappy self-portrait, learn to whittle and make a stacking rainbow on the scroll saw.  Students are trained with safety in mind to use equipment and closely monitored.
  • Christmas in July, July 26-28 Cool off with us inside little elves!  In this super fun camp students will make a miniature winter scene shadow box, ornaments, clay snow-people and a uniquely decorated wooden Christmas tree sculpture.
  • Dragons, July 26-28 Explore a dragon lairs’ worth of jewels & treasures to decorate your dragon artwork.  Your young artist will go crazy over all these jewels just like a dragon would!  Come paint, draw and sculpt different types of dragons.
  • Clay Camp: Good Enough to Eat, Aug. 2-4 Students will make clay food items including a cupcake container, a melting ice cream cone, hamburger and a donut with frosting.  Several different types of air-dry clay will be used.
  • Heroic Hounds, Aug. 2-4 Each day students will draw/paint an amazing canine and enjoy visits from real dogs and puppies from local dog rescues!  Our drawings will feature a German Shepherd, a Shiba Inu and a canine cosmonaut.
  • Tie Dye, Aug. 9-11 Learn different cool tie dye techniques including reverse tie dye, ice dying, a rainbow spiral design and shibori.  Projects include a bath/beach towel, a set of pillowcases, a canvas bag and make a clay tie-dye turtle sculpture.
  • Pirates and Mermaids, Aug. 9-11 Each day students will enjoy drawing, painting and crafting funny pirate and mermaid characters and make a “sandy hand” sculpture out of plaster, sand and seashells.
  • Extreme Media, Aug. 16-18 Back by popular demand!  New lessons to try including, make silly putty, paint with magic milk, using artist grade tissue paper on watercolor paper, paint with a comb, make 3D puffy paint, marbleize with fingernail polish, make moon sand and cloud dough and much more!  Wear clothes that can get messy!
  • Celebrate Kansas!, Aug. 16-18 Be Kansas proud as we celebrate 160 years of statehood! Students will draw a meadowlark, box turtle and sunflower with honeybees and make one of a kind KS animals crafts.  Also taste KS honey and have a visit from the GPNC!

Basic Drawing Art Camp

Ages: 8-12, Meets: 1:00-3:00

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Each three-day camp will focus on a different theme. Drawing are guided; perfect for the beginner elementary age student to learn skills or for the more advanced elementary aged student to improve upon existing skills. Camps are also fun for adults to take with their youth. Students will experience fun mixed media projects, complete several finished pieces and make neat advanced craft projects. Tuition is $90 for each camp and includes all supplies and materials.

  • Clay Camp: Nature Inspired, May 31-June 2 Make a heart coil press pot, texture landscape plaque, glitter bugs and miniature succulents in a pot.  Students will enjoy using several different types of air-dry clay.
  • Art Games I, May 31-June 2 Encourage your child’s creativity and learn new skills with fun games and sketch book challenges.  Exercises include: exquisite corpse, destroyed drawing, experimental mark making, automatic drawing and blind contour.  Students will make their own sketch book to take home.
  • Art Games II, June 7-9 This camp is all about nurturing creativity and curiosity and improving problem solving skills.  Students will make a sketch book and fill it with fun exercises to help develop personal style.  Have fun playing art related games, participate in drawing prompts, shadow drawing, upside down painting and open ended exploration with materials.
  • Circus, June 7-9 Have fun with face paint, learn to draw circus animals and perform magic and hula hoop tricks with our PE teacher Christina each day. Christina teaches hula hooping and aerial acrobatics at her studio, Flow Foundry.
  • Among Us, June 14-16 Are you ‘Sus’?  Join us to draw, paint, sculpt and make Among Us characters and pets crafts! 
  • Jewelry Making, June 14-16 Calling all our fancy friends!  Dig through vintage jewelry for unique pieces, marbleize clay for beads, decorate an imitation leather bracelet, use epoxy to complete a miniature mosaic pendant and more!
  • Junk Art, June 21-23 Join us to re-purpose old things into new!  Learn about African American artist Tyree Guyton and his artwork on Heidelberg St.  Make a junk art flower, use doll parts to make something new and mosaic with old plates.
  • Manga Camp, June 21-23 Everything you need to know to draw Japanese Comics and Characters.  Each day students will practice different styles including animal Chibis, Manga Heroes and Kawaii characters and food.
  • Great Artist Series: Women Artists, June 28-30 Join us for fun projects based on these amazing women’s work: Yayoi Kusama, Ruth Asawa, Clementine Hunter and Hannah Hoch.  Girls Rule!
  • Baby Yoda & Mandalorian, June 28-30 Come draw, collage, paint, craft and sculpt your favorite characters!  Make a new Star Wars themed slime each day and have fun making a unique galaxy painting with glow in the dark splatter paint!
  • Cuteness Overload!, July 5-7 Do you love cute animals???  Then join us to use several different types of media to make llama, narwhal and sloth artwork and sculptures.  These will be the perfect decorations for your child’s bedroom décor!
  • Great Artist Series: African American Artists, July 5-7 Discover and emulate several African American artists that deserve attention: Clementine Hunter, Laura Wheeler Waring, Romare Bearden, Alma Thomas and Jean-Michael Basquiat.
  • Dav Pilky, July 12-14 Make Captain Underpants, The Dumb Bunnies and Dog Man come alive on paper!  Cute crafts too!
  • Animals Nobody Loves, July 12-14 Draw several oddball animals such as a blob fish, vulture, hyena, tarantula and more!  Students will experience several medias and practice directional mark making for fur, skin, scale and feather textures.
  • Charcoal and Pastel, July 19-21 Students will enjoy these messy materials as we explore several different surfaces as we draw a horse skull still life, make a heart design with glue and pastel and make sidewalk chalk to take home.
  • Woodworking, July 19-21 Make a bug house for your home garden, a scrappy self-portrait, learn to whittle and make a stacking rainbow on the scroll saw.  Students are trained with safety in mind to use equipment and monitored closely.
  • Christmas in July, July 26-28 Cool off with us inside little elves!  In this super fun camp students will make a miniature winter scene shadow box, ornaments, clay snow-people and a uniquely decorated wooden Christmas tree sculpture.
  • Dragons, July 26-28 Explore a dragon lairs’ worth of jewels & treasures to decorate your dragon artwork.  Your young artist will go crazy over all these jewels just like a dragon would!  Come paint, draw and sculpt different types of dragons.
  • Zentangle Animals, July 26-28 Students will enjoy making animals with zentangle patterns, optical illusions and cool patterns.  We will focus on craftmanship and slowing down the process to achieve excellent results.
  • Clay Camp: Good Enough to Eat, Aug. 2-4 Students will make clay food items including a cupcake container, a melting ice cream cone, hamburger and a donut with frosting.  Several different types of air-dry clay will be used.
  • Fortnite, Aug. 2-4 Have fun drawing and painting your favorite characters, create your own avatar and use a variety of media to complete your works.  Students will also make a wooden Loot Llama sculpture.
  • Heroic Hounds, Aug. 2-4 Each day students will draw/paint an amazing canine and enjoy visits from real dogs and puppies from local dog rescues!  Our drawings will feature a German Shepherd, a Shiba Inu and a canine cosmonaut.
  • Tie Dye, Aug. 9-11 Learn different cool tie dye techniques including reverse tie dye, ice dying, a rainbow spiral design and shibori.  Projects include a bath/beach towel, a set of pillowcases, a canvas bag and make a clay tie-dye turtle sculpture.
  • Dino Sharks, Aug. 9-11 Draw/paint a Megalodon and other weird and/or pre-historic sharks such as a buzz saw shark and goblin shark.  Learn about the ancestor of modern-day sharks and make a cool leather necklace with a shark tooth pendant.
  • Extreme Media, Aug. 16-18 Back by popular demand!  New lessons to try including, make silly putty, paint with magic milk, using artist grade tissue paper on watercolor paper, paint with a comb, make 3D puffy paint, marbleize with fingernail polish, make moon sand and cloud dough and much more!  Wear clothes that can get messy!
  • Book Making, Aug. 16-18 Have you always wanted to write your own book?  Or maybe you have stories that need to be put on paper – well now is your chance!  In this creative class students will make a book each day, write the story and illustrate it and design the book cover.  We have so many fun stickers, stamps, collage papers and embellishments to share!

Learning With Legos Camp,

Ages: 6-12, Meets: 1:00-3:00

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Lego Corp. has designed several advanced language arts, math and applied science sets and curriculums for classroom use.  Many of these different sets will be used in camp in addition to using technology such as a Sphero Ball, Botley, Osmo, and iPads to complete challenges presented. Each camp will have various activities and projects. Students with different interests will all enjoy the variety in each camp. Tuition is $90 for each camp and includes all supplies and materials.

  • Lego Technology Challenges, May 31-June 2 Campers will have fun rotating between several technology stations each day. Fun challenges include making mazes for the Sphero Ball, learn simple coding, program our Botley Robot and much more!
  • Crazy Contraptions Camp, Aug. 16-18 Put your Lego building skills to the test and create crazy moving Rube Goldberg type contraptions that help with simple everyday tasks. 

Science Club Camp,

Ages: 6-12, Meets: 1:00-3:00

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Science Club Camps are hands on learning for curious kids!  All lessons and experiments are created in house by our team of teachers. Tuition is $90 for each camp and includes all materials.

  • Daring Chemistry, May 31-June 2 If your child likes to experiment with ingredients, make potions and is curious about why things happen they will love the challenges in this camp.  Make magic sand, melt metal, dehydrate flowers rapid speed, make crystal stalagmites and learn all about the periodic table by playing fun games.
  • Bridges and Tunnels, June 7-9 Investigate great feats of engineering by learning about the engineering process and make models of different types of bridges and tunnels. Students will practice math skills while learning about load bearing and wind bearing experiments with fun building materials.
  • Nature Explorer, June 14-16 Studying living things is a fascinating part of scientific discovery.  Young scientists will study the ecosystem in our own ICT backyard by going on a nature scavenger hunt at the GPNC and exploring the gardens at The Art Park.  Students will make a nature notebook to record observations while using binoculars, magnifying glasses and tools to learn about insects, minnows, birds and mammals that live in our city.  After our outdoor treks we will bring nature inside to complete unique nature crafts, experiments and scientific drawings. 
  • Star Wars Science, June 21-23 All new activities!  Make Baby Yoda, Anakin’s mech arm, make a Deathstar superlaser and destroy a model planet, a speeder bike inspired by the Clone Wars, a clay Hoth snow globe and glow in the dark Jabba slime.
  • Survival Skills, June 28-30 What would happen if you got lost in the jungle, the desert or a polar region?  Would you know how to survive and find your way back?  Campers will learn how to make a simple compass, learn about survival in a different terrain each day and practice making different types of shelter, tools and learning to whittle wood.
  • Gross Science, July 5-7 If you love gross, slimy, smelly things this is your day – have fun making gross crafts, carrying out science experiments, learning new gross jokes and getting messy!  Projects include bug soap, fling a poo game, vampire smoothies and more! Fake poop, vomit and blood, oh my!
  • Natural Disasters, July 12-14 Get a little messy with experiments that model the destruction of a tsunami, earthquake, whirlpool, tornado, volcano and drought. Bring a water bottle and wear sunscreen this camp may be outside in the shade.
  • Young Architects, July 19-21 Discover what it takes to be a stellar creator to re-create ancient and modern buildings, skyscrapers and homes.  Students will use their creativity and imagination to solve building challenges while learning about safety measures, how to plan for climate and natural disasters and how to pick the best building materials for their structures. 
  • Famous Thinkers & Inventors, July 26-28 Study the greats such as Leonardo da Vinci, George Washington Carver, Alexander Graham Bell, Rube Goldberg, Benjamin Franklin and Grace Hopper.  Each day students will be introduced to two inventors and create their own inventions based on the discoveries of these famous thinkers.  Bring your thinking cap and creativity!
  • Math Art Fun, Aug. 2-4 Participate in exciting new hands-on math games – so much fun they won’t know they’re learning!  Students will practice basic math skills, use rulers, learn about rotational symmetry, the Fibonacci sequence and practice measuring skills in the kitchen to make a “stained glass” gelatin treat to eat.  Math should always be taught this way!
  • Epic Engineering Fails, Aug. 9-11 Learn about the Titanic, Challenger and Hindenburg disasters and how they could’ve been avoided by simple changes.  Young Engineers will learn about the engineering process while solving new missions each day.
  • Space: The Final Frontier, Aug. 16-18 Make a model mobile of the solar system and learn about galaxies beyond. Further investigate the life cycle of a star, orbital velocity, gravity, black holes and design and launch your own rocket outside.

Young Chefs Cooking Camps,

Ages: 4-7 and 8-12, Meets: 1:00-3:00

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Each day students will participate in baking/cooking projects, eat a snack and (hopefully!) take treats home to share! Younger students will take turns adding ingredients for a group project while older children will work in pairs following along with instructors guided demonstration.  Children will participate in food related games and crafts time permitting.  Tuition for the three afternoons is $90 and includes all supplies.

July 5-7, Delicious Bites!, ages 4-7: Pineapple Upside Down Minis, Cheesy Pepperoni Stix, Apple Pie Bites, Twix Cookies, Soft Cinnamon Roll Cookies, Sweet Soft Pretzels.

July 12-14, Delicious Bites!, ages 8-12: see description above

July 19-21, Kitchen Combo, ages 4-7Cookie Dough Bars, Homemade Reese’s Hearts, Peanut Butter Blossom, S’mores Nachos, French Toast Stix, Italian Sub Sliders.

July 26-28, Kitchen Combo, ages 8-12: see description above


Weekly Classes at the

Monart School of Art

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When we say “we can teach anyone how to draw,” we really mean it! Our patented, step-by-step method is perfect for the pre-school through elementary aged artist. Teens and adult artists alike will enjoy and benefit from the drawing challenges and exercises assigned in the Intermediate level classes. Our classrooms are safe, comfortable environments where students feel free to create and problem solve. We believe there is no right or wrong, better or best, or “mistakes” in art. We believe it is an opportunity to problem solve and grow as an artist.  Come discover the Monart difference!

First Steps, Ages: 2 ½ – 5   Improves fine motor skills in our youngest artists in a relaxed pre-school setting.  This is the perfect stepping stone for any child who has not attended school yet. The theme for the summer is “Under the Sea.” Thurs. 10-11:30

Getting Ready, Ages: 4 ½ – 7   This class focuses on realistic drawing skills and helps to improve spatial awareness, task completion, fine motor skills and following directions.  Mon. 10:00-11:00; Thurs. 1:00-2:00

Basic Drawing, Ages: 7-12   Students will hone realistic drawing skills and learn how to create more realistic fur, feather and scale patterns for animals as well as proportion and detail.  Mon. 10:00-11:00; Thurs. 1:00-2:00

Teen and Adult Intermediate Level Drawing and Painting   Students of all experience levels welcome.  Start the semester by practicing drawing exercises and then graduate to more complex lessons all while having the support and direction of our master teacher, Charles Baughman.  Many of the drawing exercises and lesson plans are adapted from college courses.  Mon. 9:30-11:30 or 4:30-6:00; Wed. 9:30-11:30 and Thurs. 4:30-6:00

Sculpture/Clay Class, Ages: 5-12   Students will create a variety of projects including “junk art,” paper mache, clay hand building, assemblage, woodworking, jewelry making and much more! Thurs. 1:00-2:00

Summer Enrollment Procedure: We are holding class for 12 weeks: May 31-Aug. 20.  Pre-pay for 11 classes and choose which dates you can attend.  If you attend all 12 classes, tuition for the last class will need to be arranged.  Students are welcome to start mid-semester upon availability.  Prices are as follows for 11 weeks and all supplies:

1 hour class: $200.00        1 ½ hour class: $220.00        2 hour class: $275.00


Kid’s Day Out, 9:00-4:00,

$40 Each Day

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Come have a fun, enriching experience during summer break! Children will get creative rotating between art and craft stations, have center time, play outside weather permitting, participate in PE class, dance & acro with Kelcy’s Dance Studio, twirling with A+ Twirling Academy and music theatre with Miss Marcee from Music Together. A variety of art materials will be used each day; dress in clothes that can get messy, wear tennis shoes and sunscreen.  Bring a sack lunch, snacks and water bottle.  Meets 9:00-4:00 each day, geared for ages 4-12. Tuition is $40 per person per day.

  • May 24, Scavenger Hunt: Look for clues on our campus and create art with the things you find!  This is great for kids that like mysteries, hunting for treasure and figuring out clues.
  • May 25, Heroic Hounds: Paint on canvas board, make cute crafts and enjoy a visit from KHS dogs!
  • May 26, Among Us: Draw, paint, sculpt and craft Among Us characters! Have fun playing Among Us themed games in PE!
  • May 27, Gross Out: If you love gross, slimy, smelly things this is your day – have fun making gross crafts, doing science experiments, learning new gross jokes and getting messy!
  • May 28, Clay Day: Let’s make clay animals, marbleize clay, and experience three different types of air-dry clay.
  • June 4, Among Us: Draw, paint, sculpt and craft Among Us characters! Have fun doing Among Us themed games in PE!
  • June 11, Fortnite: Make a loot llama sculpture, design your own avatar and use Copic design markers.
  • June 18, Extreme Media & Slime: Students will enjoy rotating between media stations to create messy, one of a kind art.  Spin art, bubble painting, printing with rolling pins, marbling paper, blow painting and more! 
  • June 25, Mandalorian/Baby Yoda: Join us to draw, paint and craft your favorite characters!  Make a clay Baby Yoda!
  • July 2, Hooray 4 the USA!: Bring a white T-shirt to print a unique American Flag on to, paint the Statue of Liberty on canvas board and craft a noise maker and other fun red, white and blue crafts.
  • July 9, Woodworking: Students will enjoy using the scroll saw to cut out their name, use wood burning tools and craft a 3D animal out of wood scrap.  Students are closely monitored/helped while using tools.
  • July 16, Lego: Have fun completing Lego challenges with your friends and creating mazes for our Botley Robot.
  • July 23, Junk Art: Repurpose antique jewelry into a lovely peacock, assemble a 3D robot and learn to use tools.
  • July 30, Harry Potter: Come dressed as your favorite character!  Make fun crafts and slime, draw a Mandrake Root and participate in potions class.
  • Aug. 6, Tie Dye: Bring a white T-shirt to tie dye, we will provide a towel or pillow case and make a tie-dye clay turtle.
  • Aug. 13, Minions: Paint a Minion on canvas board, make a Minion lantern and watch a movie theatre style in the afternoon with popcorn and snacks!
  • Aug. 20, Water Engineering Experiments: Bring a swimsuit, sunscreen and be prepared to get wet! Students will enjoy fun water themed building challenges such as dams, boats, floatation devices and bridges.